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20-02-2012, 20:14   #1
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Irish oral, reading poetry

i have a phonetic guide to reading the poems in the oral exam but I know there is a website somewhere that has videos of all the poems on the course being read aloud.

Does anybody know the name of this site ?
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20-02-2012, 20:25   #2
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you can find them on youtube too, forget the name of the guy but if you search it you should find it
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20-02-2012, 20:59   #3
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If you have the book "Ar Aghaidh Libh" the cd has all the poems on it
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24-02-2012, 22:30   #4
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www.gaelport.ie
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The rest are all in the related videos on the side.
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Quick Question

Can anyone tell me if you are allowed to bring in your own copy of the poems into the Irish Oral with you?

And is it okay to have the pronounciations written in to help you???

My Oral is tomorrow in 2 days and i am an external student so I have no teacher to ask


Thanks!!!!
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16-04-2012, 22:13   #8
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Yes, thats perfectly fine. I think they have to be printed, not written, though - I heard that and didnt risk it, and my printed versions were fine.
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I'm an oral examiner. Yes, you can bring in any kind of copy of the poems with anything written on it, pertaining to the poems of course. You can't bring in the cartoons, they're given to you. Ádh mhór!
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Thanks!

Thanks so much!!!!
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Yes, thats perfectly fine. I think they have to be printed, not written, though - I heard that and didnt risk it, and my printed versions were fine.
They don't care what it's like, but you need to have some sort with you. The examiner doesn't provide poems. But it's sound, because they don't look at yours, so write the stuff in phonetically and your set. Mine was today and went grand
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Does anybody know of a website that gives the phonetic versions of the Irish poems ??
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Try filinagaeilge.tv, no fada
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